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Ciceley Motorsport signs Tom Chilton for 2021

Ciceley Motorsport has signed Tom Chilton for the 2021 British Touring Car Championship season, with the experienced touring car racer to drive one of its new BMW 330i M Sport cars.

TOCA confirms full grid ahead of 2021 season

TOCA has announced that all 29 entries have been confirmed for the 2021 British Touring Car Championship season, including an expanded two-car Speedworks Toyota line-up.

Lee Holdsworth signs up for 2021 TCR Australia

Experienced Supercars racer Lee Holdsworth has signed up to race an Ashley Seward Motorsport Alfa Romeo Giulietta in the 2021 TCR Australia series.

Hyundai begins testing of new Veloster N ETCR car

Hyundai has begun the testing of its new all-electric Veloster N ETCR car, completing two problem-free days of testing at the Hungaroring last weekend.

Hyundai reveals Veloster N ETCR at the Frankfurt International Motor Show

Hyundai has revealed its first all-electric touring car, the Veloster N ETCR, which is designed specifically to compete in the all-new ETCR series from 2020.

CUPRA signs Mattias Ekström as official e-Racer driver

CUPRA has signed former DTM ace Mattias Ekström as its official driver and brand ambassador, as the Spanish car marque prepares for the inaugural season of the all-electric E-TCR series.

Hyundai linked with E-TCR after electric motorsport announcement

Hyundai has been rumoured to be developing an E-TCR car for the forthcoming all-electric series, with the brand’s Motorsport division confirming on Tuesday that it will reveal its first all-electric racing project in September.

WSC Group appoints Williams Advanced Engineering to supply ETCR

WSC Group has appointed Williams Advanced Engineering to design, develop, manufacture and supply the batteries and vehicle control modules for the forthcoming all-electric touring car series.

Jordi Gené describes new CUPRA E-Racer as ‘brutal’

CUPRA test and development driver Jordi Gené has described the acceleration and power of the new CUPRA E-Racer TCR car as ‘brutal’ as the Spanish manufacturer continues to develop its revolutionary new racing car.

Hyundai to commit to E-TCR with new Veloster N TCR

Hyundai is planning to enter the new all-electric E-TCR series with its forthcoming Veloster N TCR car, according to Hyundai N brand chief Albert Biermann.

WSC Technology launches all-electric ETCR series in Barcelona

WSC Technology launched the all-new ETCR - the first global multi-brand electric touring car series - at Circuit de Catalunya today, with the inaugural season set for 2020.

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